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McClain shows that the 70 Weeks of Daniel is not contiguous or continuous, but a parenthesis ( ) or "GAP" exists between weeks 69 and 70. All of this may seem like some sort of a riddle, or puzzle, however, when understood in the larger scope of the Bible, it reveals an absolute masterful mind in creativity, history, and the Biblical message, Bible prophecy is history being told long before it happens. Don't be afraid to purchase any of Alva J. He was a great man of God, full of wisdom and devoted to the love of his life, the Lord Jesus Christ. Not only that but Rev.

Daniel's Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks. It has become a classic

Daniel's Prophecy of the Seventy Weeks. Founder and First President Grace Theological Seminary. It has become a classic. It presents (1) the evidence for and against the three possible "decrees" to which 9:24 might refer, (2) the evidence for a gap between the 69th and 70th weeks, and finally (3) the calculations showing that the 69th week ends at some point during the life of Christ.

Alva McClain's book "Daniel's Prophecy of the 70 Weeks" makes sense (for many) if the word of God is interpreted through the grid of dispensationalism, and forced to fit it. This model is popular in modern evangelical Christendom

Alva McClain's book "Daniel's Prophecy of the 70 Weeks" makes sense (for many) if the word of God is interpreted through the grid of dispensationalism, and forced to fit it. This model is popular in modern evangelical Christendom. Such exciting end-of-the-world and rapture paradigms are dearly held and difficult to change

The very brief but famous prophecy of the seventy weeks, recorded in Daniel 9:24-27, has always been a focus of interest to interpreters of the Word, regardless of their theological .

The very brief but famous prophecy of the seventy weeks, recorded in Daniel 9:24-27, has always been a focus of interest to interpreters of the Word, regardless of their theological bias.

Biblical Studies & Exegesis. Daniel's Prophecy of the 70 Weeks. In this short but important work, McClain introduces the first 69 weeks and answers questions such as "What is the measure of time indicated by the 'weeks' of this prophecy?" and "When did the whole period of the seventy weeks begin?" Continuing with a discussion of the parenthesis of time between the 69th and the 70th weeks, he concludes with an exposition of the 70th week and the coming of the Roman Prince.

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In this short but important work, McClain introduces the first 69 weeks and answers questions such as "What is the measure of time indicated by the 'weeks' of this prophecy?" and "When did the whole period of the seventy weeks begin?" Continuing with a discussion of the parenthesis of time between the 69th and the 70th weeks, he concludes with an exposition of the 70th week and the coming of the Roman Prince.

division of the seventy weeks is understood as three separate periods of seven weeks, sixty-two weeks, and one week

Cite this publication. the Seventy Weeks, we have the indispensable chronological key to all New Testament prophecy. division of the seventy weeks is understood as three separate periods of seven weeks, sixty-two weeks, and one week. According to this interpretation the events of the seventy weeks are as follows: the first.

The book focuses on the Prophet Daniel’s oracle of the Seventy Weeks in Daniel chapter nine. In analyzing the passage the book is divided into three parts: The first sixty nine weeks which predicts the coming Messianic Prince; then the gap between the sixty ninth and Seventieth week; and finally the seventieth week and the coming of the Roman Prince.

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Comments: (7)

Saberblade
The subject of Daniel in the Old Testament, particularly the "Seventy" Weeks passage, Daniel 9:24-27, is by far the most important passage of Bible prophecy for our day. This topic is a subject of massive attack, from inside the church as much as from outside the church. It is the focus of attack, because if one can discredit the teaching of Daniel 9:24-27, it can do serious damage to the Bible's credibility. This is the reason that theologians, priests, preachers, pundits, and popes all want to discredit it.

Dr. McClain is a voice that must be heard and read in order to grasp the significance of Daniel's prophecy. As I said, it is the lynchpin that ties the Old and New Testaments together in Bible prophecy. Its not a huge book, not difficult to understand, and establishes a level of credibility exceeded by few Bible teachers today.

The overarching lesson of Daniel, and this passage, Daniel 9:24-27, is that God is in control of world events. That being my point for encouraging the reading of Dr. McClain's book, is pertinent to faith today. As the world implodes all around us, the reader can be comforted by this book and the words of Titus 2:13 in the Bible. The coming of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture of the believers in Jesus Christ fits the framework of that last week (the 70th week) and we have been living in the "Gap" between weeks 69 and 70. Some would have you believe there is no "Gaps" in the Biblical text, when referring to Daniel 9:24-27, but there are at least 24 examples of where God used a break in time to validate God's supernatural. Dr. McClain shows that the 70 Weeks of Daniel is not contiguous or continuous, but a parenthesis ( ) or "GAP" exists between weeks 69 and 70.

All of this may seem like some sort of a riddle, or puzzle, however, when understood in the larger scope of the Bible, it reveals an absolute masterful mind in creativity, history, and the Biblical message, Bible prophecy is history being told long before it happens. Why? God wants to prove in advance that God is God and wants your love, devotion, and worship. Think about it, the "Mark" of the Beast referred to in the book of Revelation when first written of by the Apostle John would have got you laughed out of the house when John wrote the book of Revelation. Not so today! I write a series of Bible/Biblical Forensics and on the subject of "666" I have done fifty on the reality of the forthcoming "Mark" of the Beast.

I would not be without a copy of this little book.

Rev. Robert H. Reid
Arabella V.
This is a must read. It gives so much information that explains the seventy weeks of Daniel's prophecy and it is well written. I used it as one of my sources for my college paper and it was quite helpful even though it was a small book (straight to the point. Thank you.
Akelevar
This book is excellent. It is not possible to understand Jesus' teachings in Matthew 24, without an understanding of Daniel 70th week. The middle of the 7 year tribulation period, is what Jesus said referred to a prophecy of Daniel. "Therefore when you see the ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION which was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (let the reader understand), Matthew 24:7. This is the 3 1/2 year mark in the last 7 years of the the tribulation period, also known as Daniels 70th week. What is amazing is to see the chronology layed out, to the day, of the first 69 weeks of this period, culminating in the Death of Jesus ... Daniel says "Messiah will be cut off ..." There is a giant gap of 2000 years between the cutting off of Messiah, and his return to be King. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand bible prophecy.
Tejar
very well laid out and written to guide and explain Daniel's 70 th week.
Hystana
If you are looking for a compact handbook of doctrine on Daniel's seventieth week to carry with you, this is the one. Its pages cover many key teachings from one of the most reliable teachers and editors of the New Scofield Reference Bible. I recommend this little help to any who are witnessing to someone or looking for help themselves on this area of prophecy.
Weetont
I loved this book. McClain is very direct and to the point - no fluff, no filler, just a very clear and direct explanation of the 70 weeks that relies heavily on other Scripture references. You can't get better than that.

I am a seminary student, and found this book to be technical enough to use for a term paper. However, this is clear enough, and well written enough, that I think it can be enjoyed by anyone.
BeatHoWin
Don't be afraid to purchase any of Alva J. McClain's books. He was a great man of God, full of wisdom and devoted to the love of his life, the Lord Jesus Christ. Not only that but Rev. McClain wrote in a fashion that is very understandable and easy to read. Curl up by the fireside and spend hours with Christ as you read this book. You will be amazed at how refreshed and inspired you will be when you do!
Over the past year or two I have chopped and changed between "Dispensational" eschatology and "Reformed" eschatology. They both have strengths and they both have weaknesses. But it is a terrific spiritual journey reading good books from men on both sides of the argument! Unfortunately, much sensationalism and over-speculation accompanies far too many books by Dispensational authors. There is none of that with McClain. Parts One and Two are really good. I was especially blessed by his demonstration of other "time-gap" passages in Scripture (such as Isaiah 61:1-2 and Christ's quoting of it in Luke 4 where He stops short of reading the rest of the passage as it relates to His Second Coming not His First; therefore we have a time gap of almost 2,000 years that wouldn't be apparent from a straightforward reading of the Isaiah passage). Why, therefore, can't we have a time gap between Daniel's 69th and 70th week? McClain writes with a gracious attitude towards those of a different persuasion. This is a highly significant prophetic passage of Scripture, and I highly recommend McClain's treatment of it.

Edit: I am less convinced now (December 2013) of the Dispensational position than I was at the time of writing the review, but from that perspective it remains a quality book.
Daniel's Prophecy Of The Seventy Weeks download epub
Worship & Devotion
Author: Alva J. McClain
ISBN: 1432582046
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Worship & Devotion
Language: English
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (March 1, 2007)
Pages: 64 pages